Professor Dr. Moses Siwale grew up with a yearning for service. His father, a freedom fighter in his early life, worked as a hospital staff and later on as mine operator instructor. His uncle Thomson Akwila Simpasa – the fabled international artist, author, poet and musician who also made the iconic Zambian Freedom Statue and remembered from some of his friends among them the late Jimi Hendrix, singer, songwriter and actress Phyllis Linda Hyman, Mick Jagger, Barbara Moore, Nobel Laureate Professor Sir Peter Mansfield, President Jomo Kenyata, Eddy Grant – provided early mentorship and inspiration. As an activist and advocate, he founded the Save the World and Life Campaign in 2014 and worked as a researcher, business and policy scientists, advisor, and Professor of Business, and Education.


Behind The Save the World & Life Campaign

The Siwale Foundation

Charity & Non-Profit

Akwila Thomson Russell Simpasa

The Fabled